Data for Fig. 1 of J. Phys. A 51 (2018) 495002


The energy gap of the elementary excitations (and Fermi energy of quarks in the condensed phase, respectively) $\epsilon^{(m)}j(0)$ obtained from the numerical solution of (3.2) as a function of the field $H_1$ for $p_0=2+1/3$ at zero temperature and field $H_2=0$ (gaps on level $m=1$ ($2$) are displayed in black (red)). Note that in this case the high energy quark and the low energy antiquark levels are twofold degenerate. For $Z_1H_1 = M_0$ the quark gap ($\epsilon^{(1)}{j_0}(0)$) closes and the system forms a collective state of these objects. In this phase the degeneracy of the auxiliary modes is lifted. Increasing the field to $Z_1H_1 \gg M_0$ the gaps of the antiquarks ($\epsilon^{(2)}{j_0}(0)$ and $\epsilon^{(2)}{\tilde{j}_0}(0)$) close. For small fields the low lying auxiliary modes are clearly separated from the spectrum of solitons and breathers.

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Daniel Borcherding, Holger Frahm (2019). Dataset: Condensation of non-Abelian $SU(3)_{N_f}$ anyons in a one-dimensional fermion model. Resource: Data for Fig. 1 of J. Phys. A 51 (2018) 495002.

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